Posted on February 9, 2020

What Whites Defending Their Borders Looks Like

Chris Roberts, American Renaissance, February 9, 2020

The 2020 election is fast approaching, and it appears President Trump’s desire to stay in power is finally focusing his energy on controlling immigration and our southern border. It’s worth remembering that protecting a border with walls, armed men, and grit is quite feasible. There are examples of it all over the world. As the Zionist Theodore Herzl once said, “If you will it, it is no dream; and if you do not will it, a dream it is and a dream it will stay.” Below are some examples of whites protecting their homelands.

Barbed Wire on Hungarian Border

Hungarian army constructing a fence and barbed wire barrier system against the ever increasing number of refugees and migrants crossing the border from Serbia into the EU on the so-called Balkan route. (Credit Image: © Imago via ZUMA Press)

Greek-Turkish Border

Police car patrolling next to the 12.6 km-long razor-wire fence in Nea Vissa, a village at Greek-Turkish border near Orestiada, some 900km north from Athens. The 3-meter-high fence designed to deter illegal immigrants from crossing the border. (Credit Image: © Isopix / Isopix via ZUMA Press)

Hungarian Police Detain African Immigrants

Police officers guard 25 migrants from Congo captured on the Hungarian Serbian border area near Asotthalom, Hungary, June 25, 2015. (Credit Image: © Jan Koller / CTK /

Hungarian police officers stand guard at a gathering point of illegal migrants

Hungarian police officers stand guard at a gathering point of illegal migrants near Roszke, a village on the Serbian-Hungarian border, Hungary, on Sept. 7, 2015. Hungarian lawmakers on Sept. 4 passed a package of laws in a bid to curb the rising influx of refugees and migrants. According to the laws, border trespassing would be a criminal act starting Sept. 15. (Credit Image: © Xinhua via ZUMA Wire)

Police guard the Greek-Macedonian border

Police guard the border crossing in the refugee camp near the Greek-Macedonian border near Idomeni, Greece. (Credit Image: © Kay Nietfeld/DPA via ZUMA Press)

Russian Border Guards Near Chechnya and Georgia

Russian border guards seen at a frontier post in Agvali village, Tsumadi district centre bordering on Chechnya and Georgia. It was here that a group of Wahhabi militants from Chechnya tried to storm the village last August. Russian frontier guards control the area in order to prevent possible break-through of the militants’ units from Chechnya. An entire circuit of defensive installations has been constructed here with the assistance of the local residents. (Credit Image: © TASS /

Bulgarian soldiers guard at the Zlatarevo checkpoint

Bulgarian soldiers guard at the Zlatarevo checkpoint during a drill, March 18, 2016. The ministers of interior and defense of Bulgaria and Macedonia on Friday near Zlatarevo checkpoint attended a Bulgarian exercise codenamed Border 2016 aimed at maintaining the readiness in case of increased migratory pressure. (Credit Image: © Imago via ZUMA Press)

Slovenian Police Patrol Border Fence

Slovenian soldiers patrolling the newly built border fence that separates Slovenia from Croatia. The fence was built in December, 2015, to keep undocumented migrants and asylum-seekers from illegally entering the country. (Credit Image: © Jodi Hilton / NurPhoto via ZUMA Press)

Austrian Border Patrol

New border patrol police unit called Puma as well as performers of ”strangers” take part in the exercise ”ProBorders” at the Spielfeld border crossing in Austria on June 26, 2018. Several hundred Austrian police and soldiers on June 26, 2018 simulated a border control exercise at the crossing point with Slovenia through which thousands of migrants had transited in 2015, a Vienna initiative that defends a toughening of European migration policy. (Credit Image: © Roland Schlager / APA Picturedesk via ZUMA Press)

Border Fence in Belarus

A Belarusian serviceman at the Tserabun border outpost. (Credit Image: © Natalia Fedosenko / TASS via ZUMA Press)